The next normal arrives: Trends that will define 2021—and beyond [McKinsey’s Sneader & Singhal]

The next normal arrives: Trends that will define 2021—and beyond — from mckinsey.com by Kevin Sneader & Shubham Singhal Excerpts: The next normal is going […]

Reflections on “A Nation’s Economy Divided: Breadlines vs Bread Makers” [Donnan]

DC: The debt from obtaining a degree can last for decades these days. How can institutions of traditional higher education be part of the solution […]

How COVID-19 Hollowed Out a Generation of Young Black Men [Johnson & Martin]

How COVID-19 Hollowed Out a Generation of Young Black Men — from propublica.org by Akilah Johnson and Nina Martin They were pillars of their communities and families, and […]

A ‘Great Cultural Depression’ Looms for Legions of Unemployed Performers [nytimes.com]

A ‘Great Cultural Depression’ Looms for Legions of Unemployed Performers — from nytimes.com With theaters and concert halls shuttered, unemployment in the arts has cut deeper […]

DC: This is not right! When will there be justice?! We need to help Native American colleges, universities, & communities out!

The Digital Divide for Tribal College Students — COVID, CARES Act, and Critical Next Steps — from diverseeducation.com Excerpt: In this episode staff writer Sara […]

So how might this impact the learning ecosystems out there? [Christian]

DC: So how might this impact the learning ecosystems out there?https://t.co/tMl5ouSX1x#learningecosystems #learningfromthelivingclassroom #careers #careerdevelopment #education #highereducation #change — Daniel Christian (he/him/his) (@dchristian5) November 25, 2020

Remote Learning Looks Radically Different on Opposite Sides of the Digital Divide [From filmmaker Emily Cohen Ibañez]

New York, NY – November 26, 2020 –  The Intercept has published a video investigation by filmmaker Emily Cohen Ibañez on the impact of the switch to remote […]

Many students complain that online-based learning doesn’t engage them. Well, check this idea out! [Christian]

From DSC…by the way, another title for this blog could have been: WIN-WIN situations all around! The Theatre Departments out there could collaborate with other […]

Hmmm…”Trends in income from 1975 to 2018″ [Price & Edwards, Rand Corporation]

From DSC: I hesitate to post this one…but this information and the phenomenon behind it likely has impacted what’s happening in the higher education space. […]

Are Economics classes talking about our current situation in the U.S.? [Christian]

From DSC: Are Economics classes across the United States talking about our current situation? It seems to me that this kind of discussion would be […]

The Big List of Remote Learning Social Studies Resources

Earlier this week, we took a look a several places educators can find engaging STEM and STEAM resources designed for remote learning. In this post, […]

The Fed’s Evolution Is Coming to a Computer Screen Near You [Smialek]

The Fed’s Evolution Is Coming to a Computer Screen Near You — from nytimes.com by Jeanna Smialek The 2020 version of the Federal Reserve’s loftiest […]

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